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Hi to everyone, its been a really long time since i post in this forum, but i just got a new hid kit

50W
8000K

my question

do I need a battery harness or i can just plug directly to the car's light connectors?
thanks to everyone in advance
 

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For 50w I would use a harness for an extra layer of protection. If you were using 35w lights I would say skip it.
 

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Ok, any info on how much would the harness be and who can provide me with it,
thanks
 

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ive had my 50w kit for over a year now, no problems until recently which is fine, got it figured out and just waiting to see if the vendor takes care of me for any future problems.

I got my kit from xenon expert (oliver or M3_GT) and it came with the battery harness for free. The issue I came across was that my fuse actually melted in the harness. Discovered it was a croocked peg holder (dont know the actual name of it) which could be the reason it melted. I just got a new fuse and good as new, but like I said im waiting to see if they could replace the harness for me.

So if you need a harness check them out :)
 

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dabears, any installation instructions on this harness included?


Also, i see the spacers, you have them listed on your bulbs section,

does it include a pair of spacers or only 1 for 5bucks

let me know so i can make the order,
 

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There are no instructions, but it is brutally simple. Each plug only can plug into 1 place, so that's what you do.

The spacers are $5/pair.


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harness and spacers have been payed. i think its something worth installing to have a little protection,

thanks dabears for the info, please ship out my order as soon as you can,

thanks
 
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